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  • Jenny M

    whats inside the egg? dinosaur unit

  • Stephanie Haggard

    Inference anchor chart

  • Kerry Winston

    Mrs Jump's class: RAWR! Dinosaurs and update on Farm Unit

  • Valerie Ann

    Making inferences - what's inside the big egg?

  • Missy Combs

    dinosaur egg inferencing-I would put a picture or something small in an Easter egg for each student and give them clues. Maybe all the eggs are the same or maybe they are different.

  • Laura Straight

    Mystery Box ideas to introduce a new unit!

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What's inside the egg. Could be used during the dinosaur unit or for inferencing, oviparious animals, etc.... so cute!

Reading and Dinosaur Footprints - I bet I could take this idea to the playground too w/ stepping stones & chalkboard paint, then let teachers write letters, numbers or words to go w/ their lessons from the classroom. Teach kids to read sentences one word at a time?

Dinosaur Paleontologist with books inside to tell about their job

This freebie has two Easter-themed activities to practice making inferences. ~

Great idea for a boy's party favor! Make your own dinosaur fossil!

Great tool for teaching the thinking process that goes into a very tough concept for kids to grasp.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

another pinner said, "we talked about words to use {sentence starters} when we’re making/writing about inferences. We went over schema again and they IMMEDIATELY knew what evidence was"

Mystery eggs. Inferring for Easter. Students put an item in their egg and write 3 clues to lead others to infer what's inside. .

My anchor chat about making inferences :-) ... Uploaded with Pinterest Android app. Get it here:

Use puzzle pieces - Inferring Anchor Chart Fifth grade Standards addressed by using this chart: Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Students choose an animal that hatches from an egg, write clues about it, and "hide" it inside an egg. Great for Easter or an animal life cycles unit. FREE